Why Change to LED

LED Consumes Less Power


Why LED Consumes Less Power

Bulbs, Help Hub, Insider Tips, Why Change to LED

June 29, 2018

A light emitting diode (LED) contains a semiconductor. The semiconductor acts as a junction through which electrical energy is filtered, releasing light as a by product. Light is therefore emitted directly from the source input, without first powering a separate light emitting load (e.g. filament). In this way, LED consumes less power than rival...

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LED Equivalent Wattages


LED equivalent wattages against traditional lighting

Bulbs, Help Hub, Insider Tips, Why Change to LED

March 9, 2018

LED equivalent wattages to traditional light sources can only be approximate, as they will vary depending on the colour temperature and quality of the bulbs being compared. When comparing different light bulbs and lamps, it is better to compare the lumens that each bulb produces, in order to gain a true like-for-like comparison.